Upcoming Event- Swinging and Flowing: Inclusion & Diversity in The Age of Big Data

AT&T claims that it covers 97% of all Americans. What they fail to mention is that their coverage comes at a cost- often time, a cost that bars many groups of our society from access. Even those who are able to front the cost of access are still not free. We must stop, and take a moment to realize that we are subjects to new power structures. These new power structures limit access to paths of success. Only through understanding and dissecting them, can we break free from the structural boundaries they create.

Come join our conference to discuss these issues from social, analytical and professional perspectives.

In the frame of digital media, we consider: where are the boundaries of participation? What are the conditions? and ultimately, what are the opportunities?


Time/Date: Thursday, April 26, 2012, 9AM- 7PM
Location: UC Berkeley Sutardja Dai Hall, Banato Auditorium
Registration: General ($20), Students (free)

Featuring: DJ Spooky (Keynote Speaker), Cecil Brown, Roy L. Clay, Kevin Epps, Anna Everett, Kris Fallon, Michelle Fisher, Ashley Ferro-Murray, Jennifer Gonzalez, Chalres Henry, Jabari Mahari, Omouju Miller, Helen Milner, Soraya Murray, Greg Niemeyer, Asha Richardson, Victoria Robinson, Reggie Royston, Warren Sack, Ayman Shamma, Lissa Soep, Shannon Spanhake, Ryan Shelby, and you.

Full Schedule and Registration: http://include.eventbrite.com

Sponsored by the CITRIS Data and Democracy Initiative, athe UC Berkeley Department of African American Studies, BCNM, the Department of Geography, the American Cultures Program, Swissnex San Francisco, and you.

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